$3,464.44
+$218.81Shipping
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Andy Baxter Bass & Guitars Ltd
Leeds, United Kingdom
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About This Listing

1972 Martin 0-18, parlour size acoustic. Serial:305366. It has a rosewood fingerboard on a mahogany neck, a spruce top with mahogany back and sides. This guitar is in good condition and in perfect working order. It's had a strap button fitted on the side of the neck heel along with a new nut, saddle and bridge pins. Supplied in a no original case.

The front face of the body has light lacquer checking but only a few very small dings. The back and sides of the body in particular have some larger /dings/scratches. All marks are cosmetic only and there are no cracks or breaks. The neck is straight with the action set at 2.3 mm at the 12th fret and the original frets are in excellent condition with very little wear.

 It's been fully checked over in our workshop and set up with a great action and a fresh set of D'addario strings. Weight: 3lbs 7.5oz. Nut width: 42.9 mm. Depth at the 1st fret: 22 mm.



Product Specs

Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
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  • United States
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